Now Accepting Applications for 2021-2022 Chapter Consultants

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Phi Mu Chapter Consultant for the 2021-2022 school year. Selected candidates will join the Headquarters staff and spend the year working with our collegiate chapters at college campuses across the country.

This unique, full-time paid position is open to collegians graduating by the close of the spring 2021 semester. The ideal candidate is an exceptional communicator and creative thinker with a positive approach to every experience. She should be flexible, goal-oriented and have held leadership roles on campus, in employment and/or with Phi Mu.

Serving as a Chapter Consultant is a challenging and fulfilling way to begin your career, regardless of your course of study or intended career path. The skills gained as a Chapter Consultant are applicable to all job fields and we have Chapter Consultants who have gone on to work in the fields of K-12 and higher education, finance and accounting, human resources, medicine, event planning, law, nonprofit management and more. Chapter Consultants acquire the people, social and communication skills needed for success in any future work environment.

The Chapter Consultant Application is available here. All materials must be received by January 31, 2021. Phone interviews will take place in February 2021, final interviews will take place virtually in March 2021 and final selections will be made in late April 2021. The number of applicants per chapter is not limited.

Position Responsibilities
  • Maintain ongoing relationships with assigned chapters and associated Area Officers through verbal and written communication.
  • Direct and guide chapters throughout the academic year in all areas of membership, finance and operations. Develop action plans, establish goals and monitor progress.
  • Educate and train chapter officers and Advisers in the areas of marketing and membership building, general operations, management, interpersonal skills, leadership, member interaction, motivation, crisis intervention and risk management.
  • Conduct leadership workshops for collegians and possibly for other students on campus.
  • Advise and assist with membership recruitment/marketing plans and guide chapters toward meeting membership goals.
  • Serve as an ambassador for Phi Mu Fraternity National Headquarters to collegiate and alumnae members, campus administrators, student leaders and members of other fraternal organizations.
Compensation and Benefits
  • Paid bi-weekly from mid-July to mid-April
  • Health and dental insurance (75% coverage)
  • Extended holidays at Thanksgiving and winter break
  • Food, lodging and travel provided
  • Networking and professional development opportunities